Alpha Centauri Hydroplane

Meant to combine the luxury of a tender with the speed of a race boat, the Alpha Centauri Hydroplane resembles a fighter jet for the water. You enter via a jet-like lifting canopy that provides access to the four leather-lined bucket seats and spartan interior with speaker system and Raymarine navigation. The 8.3-meter craft is built using a stainless steel frame wrapped in a lightweight composite shell and powered by a 750 hp, 9.5L Chevy V8. All that power is coupled to a two-stage Scott jet drive, resulting in a top speed of 60 knots, or more than enough to make your next trip out on the water a lot more exciting.

  • Apollo 70 Airstream Bar

    A well-appointed bar can be the centerpiece of any adult gathering. For outdoor engagements, it's hard to top the Apollo 70 Airstream Bar. This converted 1970s-era Land Yacht now serves as a transportable bar offering both hot and cold catering facilities and storage for a vast array of beers, wines, and liquors. It comes fully staffed, has a high-end surround sound system with satellite TV for media-focused events, and the fiber optic ceiling and lighting can be changed to match your brand, taste, or mood. Available for hire worldwide.

    Photos: Tim Wallace / Apollo 70

  • Bajaboard

    The design of most powered skateboards confines them to the relatively smooth pavement of city sidewalks. The Bajaboard can handle far rougher terrain. Its aluminum independent double-wishbone suspension lets it go off-road with ease, and its powerful motor can propel you through the countryside at speeds up to 31 mph. You control the action via a handheld controller with a LED screen to give you feedback on remaining battery power, speed, throttle percentage, and miles ridden, and thanks to a range of up to 22 miles, it can carry you farther, faster than many pavement-bound boards.

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